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Spring 2013

Meg Callahan

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Caddo Quilt

Raised in the great state of Oklahoma, Meg Callahan went on to study at the Rhode Island School of Design where she discovered her interest in the value of the handmade in contemporary life as well as the importance of a freshly sharpened pencil. Her genuine curiosity and passion for making is not only seeded in the decorative arts, but in all things in life. Meg lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island.

“I started making quilts because I really like the aesthetic nature of things, but I also like figuring out how things are made,” Callahan says. “A quilt is a functional, 3-D object but it’s also 2-D, a composition of color blocks; you have to figure out the math of how to construct it. The combination of the two intrigued me.” [via SightUnseen]

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Porter Quilt

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fabric prints

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